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When TOC listings are not set to alpahbetical, they are picked up according to where the frames are on the page, starting at the uper left corner and working down before moving right. Out-of-order lisitngs usually mean you have a frame furhter to the left than the content that should precede it.
checked that and there is nothing else lurking around.
Did you download the file and see if you got the same issue?
Just did, and I'm not sure what the problem is. I can work around it, though, by threading the frames inot a single story on page 2 and adding a frame break to move the section 3 heading back where it belongs.
I didn't resolve the problem yet. But I discover that the TOC is indexing by the number of the pages.
Yes, that is always true unless you tell it to sort alphabetically. However, the sort SHOULD work in order down the page, all else being equal, and I can find no reason for the sub head on page 2 to appear after the main head below it.
OK! I do this: no sort alphabetically.
I try another experience:
I delete all text of TOC, delete bookmarks too, there are bookmarks after deleting the text.
And, I guess the important 'cause I suppose that the stories are put in wrong order, by the program unless.
I join the stories and take the TOC again, It'll work.
I found that I have the same problem (CS4 - v6.0.6).
If I have Heading 1, Subheading A, Subheading B, Heading 2 in order on the same page, it will insert Heading 2 before the last Subheading 1 on the TOC. It only pulls the last Subheading below the Heading 2, even if it's a longer subheading list, as long as they're on the same page. Very annoying.
Have to move Heading 2 to the next page or put it above Heading 1 if it doesn't have its own subheadings.